Helen studied Jewellery design and silversmithing at Epsom School of Art, now working from her home studio in Gateshead.
I work with fused glass, making one off, individual art pieces. My work can be either literal or more abstract pieces.
Graduated from Newcastle Art School in the late seventies. After a 20 year career as a graphic designer/illustrator I returned to University to study Fine
I am a retired orthopaedic surgeon now working as a full time artist/painter. Mostly self-taught with some training at the local art school at Newcastle
Garth’s work is all about capturing a moment in time. This often means his work is sport or dance related. It is the sense of
With a background in textile design Ali paints fascinating marine life in watercolour and digital with a strong emphasis on illustration and pattern.
I'm an artist & tutor with a love for colour & emotion. I use soft pastels, inks & charcoal to create portraiture & images of nature
I am a self-taught beadweaver and embroiderer. My jewellery is unique, created by hand using Japanese seed beads, hand dyed silk, Swarovski crystals, and Czech
Laura is a wildlife artist specialising in highly detailed pencil drawings, based at B.Box Studios in Newcastle.
Josie is a self- taught artist living in the North East of England painting Northumbrian Seascapes / Landscapes in oils and English garden flowers in
Brian enjoys painting abstract and impressionistic works inspired by the natural landscape of the northeast. He also enjoys painting nature and doing monoprints.
Silverkupe Jewellery is the creation of designer/maker Emine Thompson. She works in silver & uses silversmithing, metal clay, enamelling, and sculptural techniques.
I am a printmaker specialising in wood engravings and collagraphs. I also work with soft pastels.
A mixed media artist & ceramisist, I love to explore new techniques & styles.
Working with inks & fabric but I am now
Mixed media illustrations in Pen and Ink and Acrylics. Paintings in Acrylics. You'll find me on Newcastle Quayside every Sunday (weather permitting!).